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Good TX for a corona 120

Old 08-30-2005, 09:00 AM
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Default Good TX for a corona 120

anyone have any suggestions for a transmitter for a corona. looking maybe for a 6 or 7 channel that i can grow into. also whats the difference between fm and pcm. i am new to this and want something thats pretty easy to use.

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Default RE: Good TX for a corona 120

I have two Corona 120's The best part about the Corona is that It can use a basic 4 channel Radio used in airplanes which are a lot less complicated than Helicopter radios, My Corona's use an Airtronics VG 400 Radio System, the receiver it uses is as described;

It is the 92777 Z 7-Channel Micro Receiver from Airtronics.

FEATURES: Narrow Band, Dual Conversion Receiver
For 72 MHz Airtronics FM Radios
Compatible with Z Connector Servos and RX Batteries (Hitec, JR,
Airtronics Z. (Will Also Accept Futaba J if the polarity tab is

INCLUDES: One 7 Channel Receiver

SPECS: Length: 2.24" (57mm)
Width: 0.96 (24.5mm)
Height: 0.85" (21.5mm)

COMMENTS: Will Not Accept The Old Airtronics Connectors.
The battery shares a plug with the 7th channel. To use the 7th
channel requires plugging the Rx battery and the channel 7 servo
into the channel 7 slot with a Y harness.
This receiver will work with any of the Airtronics FM (not PCM)
airplane radios, including the Vanguard, RD6000, Radient,
Infinity 660, or Stylus.
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Default RE: Good TX for a corona 120

The first question is: how much do you want to spend?
All of the major manufactures make good radios. Everyone has their favorite for one reason or another.

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